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Judge Sandra Feuerstein Net Worth, Age, Height, Weight, Early Life, Career, Dating, Bio, Facts

Sandra Jeanne Feuerstein is also known as Sandra Feuerstein was an American District Judge of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York. Aso, she has a very illustrious professional career as a law clerk, teacher, Associate justice, and judge.

Recently, Federal judge Sandra Feuerstein was struck and killed Friday morning on a Florida sidewalk by a hit-and-run driver.

Judge Sandra Feuerstein Obituary

Judge Sandra Feuerstein obituary is found on News Day.

As seen on the outlet, she was struck and killed while she was walking on a sidewalk by a hit-and-run driver who was a woman carrying drugs and acting erratically. Later, she has arrested on charges including vehicular homicide.

Nastasia Andranie Snape Arrested

Andraine Snape, who was the alleged killer of Judge Sandra was arrested.

After striking Feuerstein around 10 am, the driver Andranie Snape again struck a 6-year-old boy crossing the boulevard.

You can find Judge Sandra Feuerstein’s full story on the above-mentioned link.

Who is Sandra Feuerstein Husband?

Feuerstein husband is still out of sight.

But, we’re known that Sandra is a happily married woman with a husband. Ballotpedia unfolds that Sandra has a political bias towards Corbin because her husband has strong ties to the republican Part of New York.

Not just her husband, there is no admissible information about Sandra’s children.

Everything on Sandra family

As for Sandra Feuerstein family, she was the daughter of her mother Judge Annette Elstein. 

However, there is no information about her father’s identity. Well, Sandra belongs to a well-motivated family.  She was quite influenced by her parents.

Like a good seed, sleek leaves, Sandra was into politics from a very young age. In fact, Judge Feuerstein and Judge Elstein are believed to be the first mother-daughter judges in the history of the United States.

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